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Multi-Family Residential

Park La Brea
Photo courtesy Architectural Resources Group

Park La Brea

L.A.'s largest and best-known garden apartment community originally boasted views out of every living room window into a large park.
Photo courtesy Architectural Resources Group

Sepulveda Rose

This understated post-and-beam apartment complex is a very graceful application of the Mid-Century Modern post-and-beam idiom to a large-scale building, and deserves notice among Dorman’s higher-profile works.
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Sheats Apartments

Completed in 1949, the building was designed by master architect John Lautner as eight units of student housing. Asymmetrically arranged shapes, from circular volumes to long, flat planes, step up the hill and around each other to form a strangely harmonious, abstractly futuristic, and truly organic-feeling whole.
Photo by Jessica Hodgdon/L.A. Conservancy

The Pink Flamingo

The Pink Flamingo is an excellent example of a dingbat style apartment building.
The Poster Neutra apartments by Richard Neutra
Photo by Larry Underhill

The Poster Neutra

This rare example of multi-family housing designed by Richard Neutra received a Conservancy Preservation Award in 2007.
Photo by Michael Smith on Flickr

Villa Riviera

With a clever composition featuring splayed wings that offer ocean views to most of its 130 units, this Chateauesque design remains one of the city's most recognizable landmarks.

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